Publications

Unless otherwise stated, all publications listed here are by Ursula Huws. Publications are listed in reverse date order

2017

‘Where Did Online Platforms Come From? The Virtualization of Work Organization and the New Policy Challenges it Raises’ in P. Meil and V. Kirov (eds) The Policy Implications of Virtual Work, Palgrave Macmillan: 29-48

Future of Work: taking the blinkers off to see new possibilities‘, LSE Business Review, 10 April,

2016

Making the gig economy work: the big questions’, Policy Network, 19th December.

‘The key criticisms of basic income, and how to overcome them’, Open Democracy: New Thinking for the British Economy, 14th December.

(with Neil H. Spencer and Simon Joyce) Crowd Work in Europe: Preliminary results from a survey in the UK, Sweden, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies.

‘Driverless Uber cars are coming to disrupt the sharing economy – but capitalism carries on as usual’, The Conversation,  23 Aug

‘The way we work is changing, but the welfare state hasn’t kept pace with the times’, The Conversation, June 23

‘New forms of platform employment’, The Digital Economy and the SIngle Market. Wobbe, W., Bova, E. & Dragomirescu-Gaina, C. (eds.). Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies: 65-82 .

‘Logged labour: a new paradigm of work organisation?‘, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation. 10(1):7-26.

‘Foreword’, Univeral Basic Income: An idea whose time has come? by H. Reed, H. & S. Lansley, London: Compass

‘Logged In: The new economy makes it harder than ever to untangle capitalism from our daily lives‘, Jacobin,  1 Jan.

Platform Economy: Sharing Economy or Virtual Wild West?‘,  Journal for a Progressive Economy, 7

(with Simon Joyce) ‘The economic and social situation of crowd workers and their legal status in Europe’,  International Labor Brief.

2015

Online labour exchanges, or ‘crowdsourcing’: implications for occupational safety and health, Bilbao: European Occupational Safety and Health Agency.

‘When Adam blogs: Cultural work and the gender division of labour in Utopia, Sociological Review.

‘iCapitalism and the Cybertariat Contradictions of the Digital Economy’, Monthly Review. 66, 8, January.

(2015) ‘Saints and sinners: Lessons about work from daytime TV’, International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, Volume 11, Number 2, 1 June 2015, pp. 143-163

(2015) ‘Shifting Boundaries: Gender, labor and new information and communication technology’, Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner, Lisa McLaughlin (eds) Routledge Companion to Media & Gender, Routledge

(2015) ‘Setting the Standards: the USA and Capitalism in the Digital Age’ in Olivier Frayssé & Mathieu O’Neil (eds) Digital Labour and Prosumer Capitalism: The US Matrix, Palgrave Macmillan

2014

Labour in the Global Digital Economy: the Cybertariat comes of Age, New York: Monthly Review Press.

‘Containment’Logistical Worlds: Infrastructure, Software, Labour, December 15.

‘Labour in the Circuits of Global Markets: theories and realities’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 8 No 1

‘Vida, trabalho e valor no século XXI: desfazendo o nó’. Cad. CRH, Abr 2014, vol.27, no.70, p.13-30.

‘The Underpinnings of Class in the Digital Age: Living, labour and value’, Socialist Register

 ‘The containment of labour in accelerated global supply chains: the case of Piraeus Port’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 8 No 1 (with Pavlos Hatzopoulos and Nelli Kambouri )

2013

Capitalism’s Zero Hour’,  Times Higher Educational Supplement, August 15, 2013

Labor in the Global Digital Economy: The Cybertariat Comes of Age, New York: Monthly Review Press

‘Shifting Boundaries: gender, labor and new information and communication technology’, Routledge Companion to Media and Gender.

‘Working online, living offline: labour in the Internet Age’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 7 No 1

‘The reproduction of difference: gender and the global division of labour’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 6 No 1, pp 1-10

2012

Bridges and Barriers: globalisation and the mobility of work and workersWork Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 6 No 2:1-7.

Outsourcing and the fragmentation of employment relations: the challenges ahead (with Sarah Podro), Acas Future of Workplace Relations discussion paper series, Acas, August, 2012

‘The reproduction of difference: gender and the global division of labour’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 6 No 1

‘Crisis as Capitalist Opportunity: new accumulation through public service commodification’. Socialist Register, 2012.

2011

‘Passing the Buck: corporate restructuring and the casualisation of employment’, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation,Volume 5 no 1

Towards a greater understanding of the changing role of business in society, DG Research and Innovation

2010

‘Expression and expropriation: the dialectics of autonomy and control in creative labour’, Ephemera, Volume 10 (3/4)

‘Global Restructuring of Value Chains and Class Issues’ (with Simone Dahlmann) in Pupo and Thomas, eds, Interrogating the ‘New Economy’: Restructuring Work in the 21st Century’, University of  Toronto Press

2009

‘The Snowball effect: Global sourcing as an accelerator of economic globalisation’, (with Monique Ramioul), Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, theme issue “Work beyond Boundaries”  vol 26 no 4

‘Working at the interface: call centre labour in a global economy’.Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, Volume 3 No 1

‘Global Restructuring of Value Chains and Class Issues’ (with Simone Dahlmann) in Interventions Économiques, No 39, March, 2009’. Available online at: http://www.teluq.uquebec.ca/pls/inteco/rie.entree?vno_revue=1

2008

‘The new gold rush: corporate power and the commodification of public sector work; introduction’ in Huws, U (ed) The new gold rush: corporate power and the commodification of public services; Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Volume 2 No 2

The globalisation glossary: a researcher’s guide to understanding work organisation restructuring in a knowledge-based society’, Catholic University of Leuven Press, Leuven

Value chain restructuring in Europe in a global economy, (with Jorg Flecker, Monique Ramioul and Karen Guerts), Report from the WORKS project, Higher Institute of Labour Studies, Leuven, 2008

Changing patters of segregation and power relations in the workplace (with Simone Dahlmann and Maria Stratigaki), Report from the WORKS project, Higher Institute of Labour Studies, Leuven, 2008

Managing Change in EU Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions (with Brie O Keeffe), European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2008, available online on: http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/emcc/content/source/eu08005a.htm?p1=reports&p2=null

‘Break or Weld: trade union responses to global value chain restructuring; introduction’, in Break or Weld? Trade Union Responses to Global Value Chain Restructuring,, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Volume 2 No 1  (editor), 2007 for more information

2007

Quality standards for case studies in the European Foundation  (with Simone  Dahlmann) Eurofound, Dublin. Avalable online on:
http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/publications/htmlfiles/ef0751.htm

‘Global restructuring of Value Chains and Class issues’, in proceedings of ISA Conference: Work and Employment: New Challenges, Montreal, August 28-30, 2007

Defragmenting: towards a critical understanding of the new global division of labour, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Volume 1 No 2  (editor), 2007 for more information

‘The emergence of EMERGENCE: the challenge of designing research on the new international division of labour’ in Huws, U (ed) Defragmenting: towards a critical understanding of the new global division of labour, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Volume 1 No 2, 2007, pp 20-35

‘Women, Participation and Democracy in the Information Society’ in Shade, L and Sarikakis, K, Feminist International Communication Studies,  Rowman & Littlefield, 2007

‘The Snowball effect: Global sourcing as an accelerator of economic globalisation’, (with Monique Ramioul), Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, theme issue “Work beyond Boundaries” (forthcoming)

‘Sunset in the West: Outsourcing editorial work from the UK to India’ (with Simone Dahlmann) , in Huws (ed) The Spark in the Engine: Creative Workers in a Global Economy, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Vol 1 No 1, 2007

‘The Spark in the Engine’ in Huws U. (ed) The Spark in the Engine: Creative Workers in a Global Economy, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation Vol 1 No 1, 2007 for more information

‘Teknoloji ev isini azaltir mi?’ in Hazirlayanlar et al (eds) Kadinlar yoksullarin en yoksulu, emekcilerin de kolesi, Pazartes, Istanbul, 2007, pp 62-69

‘O que mudou foa a divisao do trabalho’, IHU Online, Sao Paolo, 23 Abril, 2007 available online on http://www.unisinos.br/ihu_online/uploads/edicoes/1177359728.74pdf.pdf
(pages 28-31)

The Transformation of Work in a Global Knowledge Economy: Towards a Conceptual Framework: conference report , (with Dahlmann, S. and Dudhwar, A.), HIVA, Leuven, 2006

2006

L’industria dei call center: quando il lavoro diventa bad job 
(with Marco Zanotelli)) in La Voce, 4 November, 2006

The Transformation of Work in a Global Knowledge Economy: Towards a Conceptual Framework, a report from the WORKS Project, edited by Ursula Huws with many co-authors, 2006

‘Globalisation and the restructuring of value chains’ (with Monique Ramioul) In: Huws U. (ed.) The transformation of work in a global knowledge economy: towards a conceptual framework, WORKS project,  HIVA-KUL, Belgium, p.13-27

‘Women, Participation and Democracy in the Information Society  in Shade, L. and Sarikakis, K. (eds)  Feminist International Communication Studies,  Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming

Begging and Bragging: the self and the commodification of intellectual activity, inauguaral professorial lecture, London Metropolitan University, June, 2006
Inaugural

Fixed, Footloose or fractured: work, identity and the spatial division of labour’ in Monthly Review, Vol 57 No 10, March , 2006

‘Rotfast, rotlöst eller splittrat’ in Kors & Tvärs’  edited by Gunnarsson,  E., Neergaard, A., and Nillson, A., Normal Förlag. Stockholm, 2006

What will we do? The destruction of occupational identities in the Knowledge-based Economy’, Monthly Review, Vol 57 No 8 January, 2006

‘Vad Jobbar du Med? Om sammanbrottet for yrkesidentiteten och knonstruktionen av resercarment’, Roda Rummer, 1/2006

Fixo, volátil, ou dividido: O trabalho, a identidade e a divisão espacial do trabalho no séc. XXI‘  in Resistir, March, 2006

O que faremos nós? A destruição da identidade ocupacional na ‘Economia baseada no conhecimento’ , in Resistir, January, 2006

‘The restructuring of global value chains and the creation of a cybertariat’ in May, Christopher (ed)  Global Corporate Power: Global Corporate Power: (Re)integrating companies into International Political Economy (International Political Economy Yearbook volume 15), Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006, pp 65-84

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2005

‘Coding and Classification of Sectors and Occupations in the E-Economy’ in Measuring the Information Society, Huws,  Ramioul and Bollen (eds) K.U. Leuven Press, 2005

Measuring the Information Society, (editor, with  Ramioul, M. and Bollen, A.) K.U. Leuven Press, 2005

Offshore outsourcing of business services, (with Ramioul, M. and Kirrschenhofer, S.) European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions – European Monitoring Center of Change, Dublin, 2005

The Challenges confronting Welfare Systems in Europe and how ICTs can help solve them    LAW project report    August, 2005

Labour Market Changes and Welfare Perspectives in the EU: a Review of the Evidence    LAW project report    March, 2005

e-Government, Work and Welfare in Europe: Case Studies from France, Germany, Italy and the UK,  LAW project report, October, 2005

ICT-related Skills and Lifelong Learning: case studies from France, Germany, Italy and the UK  (ed) LAW Project report, October, 2005

eGovernment: ICTs Improving Welfare Deliveru in Europe  (ed) LAW Project Briefing Paper, September 2005

eLearning for  Social Inclusion (ed) LAW Project Briefing Paper, November, 2005

Labour Market Changes and Welfare Perspectives in the EU, LAW final project report, December 2005

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2004

Status Report on Outsourcing of ICT-enabled Services in the EU, (with Flecker, J and Dalmann, S.) European Monitoring Centre on Change of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2004

Socio-Economic Research in the Information Society:  a User’s Guide from the RESPECT Project, IES Report 416, Institute for Employment Studies, 2004

An EU Code of Ethics for Socio-Economic Research, (with Dench, S. and Ipophen, R.) IES Report 412, Institute for Employment Studies, 2004

Professional and Ethical Code of Conduct for Socio-economic Research in the Information Society, RESPECT Project, 2004

Opening the Black Box:  Classification of Sectors and Occupations in the eEconomy, (with van der Hallen, P.), Higher Institute of Labour Studies, K.U. Leuven, 2004

The Missing e: the Use of national elements of the European Labour Force Survey  for eWork (with Jagger, N.)  Analysis, Higher Institute of Labour Studies, K.U. Leuven, 2004

Asian Emergence:  the World’s Back Office?(with Flecker, J.) IES Report 419, Institute for Employment Studies, 2004

Review of books by Chris Benner and Aad Blok in International Review of Social History,  Vol 49, part 3, Dec 2004

‘Heimarbeit’, (with Candeias, M), in Historisch-kritische Worterbuch des Feminismus, Argument-Versand, 2004

‘Material World: the Myth of the Weightless Economy’ in Panitch, L, Leys, C., Zuege, A. and Konigs, M (eds) The Globalization Decade: a Critical Reader, Merlin Press, 2004

‘eWork in Canada’ (with Gurstein, P.)  in  Collaboration@Work: the 2004 Report on new ways of working environments and practices , European Commission DG Information Society, 2004

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2003
The Making of a Cybertariat:  Virtual Work in a Real World  Monthly Review Press,  New York and Merlin Press, London, 2003

A New Virtual Global Division of Labour?  Some Lessons from the EMERGENCE Project’ in Technikfolgenabschätzung – Theorie und Praxis, Vol 12, No 3/4, November, 2003

When Work takes Flight: Final report of the EMERGENCE Project, IES Report 397, Institute for Employment Studies 2003

Is the world really your oyster? Going global for information services‘, in Worldlink- Magazine of the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations, Vol 13, 4 Oct, 2003   http://www.wfpma.com/PDFs/wlv13nf.pdf

‘Flexing the Balance of Power’, in Employment Review, Industrial Relations Services/Eclipse,  March 2003

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2002
‘Die Produktion eines Kybertariats. Die Wirklichtkeit virtueller Arbeit’ in Das Argument, Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften 248, 2002

How can we help?  Good Practice in Call Centre Employment, (with Paul, J.) European Trade Union Confederation, Brussels, 2002

‘Unsichere Freiheit – Freiberufliche Telearbeit, Autonomie und Geschlechterrollen in Europa’ in Winker, G (ed), Telearbeit und Lenensqualitat, Campus,2002

‘The Restructuring of  Employment in the Information Society and its Implications for Social Protection’ in Work Organization and Social Exclusion in the European Information Society, Campus Frankfurt/M, Frankfurt, 2002

‘E-work in a Global Economy’ in Challenges and Achievements in E-business and E-work’, Stanford-Smith, B., Chiozza, E. and Edin, M. (eds) IOS Press, Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington D.C., 2002

‘Grenzüberschreitende Verlagerung von eWork: Wo kommen die Jobs hin?’ in eWork:  Neue Jobchancen – real oder virtuell? Flecker, J. and Zilian, H.G., (eds) Arbeitsmarktservice, Vienna, 2002

‘The Persistence of National Differences in the New Global Division of Labour in eServices’ in Globalisation, Innovation and Human Development for Competitive Advantage, Asia Institute of Technology, Bangkok, December, 2002

Modelling eWork in Europe:  Estimates, Models and Forecasts from the EMERGENCE Project, (with Bates, P.) IES Report 388, Institute for Employment Studies 2002

Statistical Indicators of eWork:  a Discussion Paper, IES Report 385, Institute for Employment Studies, 2002

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2001
eWork in Europe:  Results from the EMERGENCE 18-country Survey (with O’Regan, S.) Institute for Employment Studies, Report No 380, 2001

Where the Butterfly Alights:  the Global Location of eWork (with Jagger, N.) Institute for Employment Studies, Report No 378, 2001

Equality and Telework in Europe in  European Trade Union Confederation, 2001

‘The making of a cybertariat? Virtual work in a real world’ In Panitch, L. and Leys, C. (eds) Working Classes, Global Realities, Socialist Register,  2001

‘eWork: Consequences for Employment in the Developing World’ ( (with Standen, P. Ahuja, S., & Sienthai, S.). Proceedings of the IFIP Work Group 9.4 Conference “ICTs and Development: New Opportunities, Perspectives & Challenges”, Bangalore, May, 2001

‘The Emergence of eWork in Europe and Implications for China’ (with Standen, P.  & Huang, X. ). Paper presented at the e-EU-China Conference 2001: e-Business and New Methods of Work. Beijing, December, 2001

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2000
‘Der Mythos der weightless economy’ in Die Neue Őkonomie des Internet, Das Argument, Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften 238, 2000

‘Societa dell’informazione, occupazione e cittadinanza sociale’ in Mirabile, M.L. (ed)  Lavoro e Welfare della New Economy,   L’Assistenza Sociale, Oct-Dec 2000

‘Un monde materiale: le mythe de l’economie virtuelle’ in Nouvelles Technologies d’Information: Nouvelle Donne Sociale, Critique Communiste 159/160 Autumn 2000

An Evaluation of Homeworking in ACAS (with Siobhan O’Regan and Sheila Honey), Research Paper 2, Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, London, 2000

‘The Changing Gender Division of Labour in the Transition to the Knowledge Society’ in Rubenson, K. and Schuetse, H.G. (eds) Transition to the Knowledge Society:  Policies and Strategies for Inidividual Participation and Learning, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2000

The Emergence of a new global division of labour in information services’ in Where in the World? E-work location in a digital global economy, conference proceedings, October, 2000

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1999
‘Nature, Art and Technology: Towards the Emergence of a New Relationship?’, Leonardo, MIT Press, Vol 33, No. 1, pp 33-40, 2000.

Virtually There:  the Evolution of Call Centres (with Alan Denbigh), Mitel, Newport, 1999

Teleworking and Globalisation (with Nick Jagger and Siobhan O’Regan), Report No 358, Institute for Employment Studies, Brighton, 1999

‘Telearbeit in Europa/Teleworking in Europe’ in Arbeit 2002:Zukunft der Frauen/Employment 2002:  the Future for Women, Cyba, E. and Knipp, M. (eds) Federal Ministry for Women’s Affairs, Austria,  in association with the European Commission and Archimedia (bilingual German/English), Vienna, 1999

Teleworking and Local Government:  What are the Costs and Benefits?,  Local Government Management Board, London, 1999

‘ Women, participation and Democracy in the Information Society ‘  conference paper Citizens at the Crossroads:  Whose Information Society?. Heritage Canada, London, Ontario,  October, 1999

‘Teleworking and telematics’ in Women’space, Volume 4 no 1, 1999

‘Material World: the Myth of the Weightless Economy’, in Panitch, L., and Leys, C. (eds), Socialist Register, 1999, Merlin Press, UK and Monthly Review Press, USA, 1999

‘Beyond Anecdotes: on Quantifying the Globalisation of Information Processing Work’, in Mitter and Bastos (eds) Europe and Developing Countries in the Globalised Information Economy, United Nations University Institute of Technology, Routledge, 1999

‘Wired in the Country’, in People Management, 25 November, 1999
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1998
‘Party Politics’ in People Management, 24 December, 1998

‘Flexibilisierung und Sicherheit:  Auf dem Weg zu einem neuen europäischen Gleichgewicht’, in Zilian, H.G. and Flecker, J (eds), Flexibilisierung – Problem oder Lösung?. Edition Sigma, Berlin April, 1998

‘Flexible Labour Markets and Equality Between the Sexes:  threat or opportunity?’ in Mosconi, N., (ed) Égalité des Sexes en Éducation et Formation, Presses Universitaries de France, Paris, 1998

Flexibility and Security: towards a new European Balance, Citizens Income Trust, 1998
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1997
Virtually Free:  Gender, Work and Spatial Choice, NUTEK, Sweden, September, 1997 (co-editor, with Gunnarsson, E. and author of two chapters)

‘Autonomy, power and gender: telematics and the paradox of choice’ published in Swedish as  ‘Distansarbete Kraver en Valfardsstat’ in Manniskan Jobbeet & den Nya Industrin,  Lars Skold and Gunnar von Sydow (eds) Svensa Industritjanstemannaforbundet (SIF), Stockholm,  1997

‘Bread and Roses: reflections on women’s politics at the end of the twentieth century’ in Red Pepper, October, 1997

Teleworking: Guidelines for Good Practice, Institute for Employment Studies, Report No 329,1997

‘IT och jämställdhet I ett regionalt perspektiv – erfarenheter av internationella studier’ Proceedings of Ministerial conference on IT and Regional Development, Östersund, Swedish Ministry of Labour, April, 1997
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1996
Flexible Labour Markets and Social Protection in Europe, Report to the European Commission, DGV, 1996

Teleworking and Rural Development, (with Honey, S. and Morris, S.) Rural Development Commission, 1996, November, 1996

Teleworking and Gender, (with Podro, S., Gunnarsson, E., Weijers, T., Arvanitaki, K. and Trova, V.) Institute for Employment Studies, Report No 317,1996

No Sweat!, Trades Union Congress, June, 1996

‘Gender and Economic Restructuring in the UK’ in Gender, British Council Briefing Issue 1, British Council in association with Change, 1996

Teleworking and Gender, European Commission DGV Equal Opportunities Unit, May, 1996

Teleworking: an Overview of the Research, Joint publication of the Department of Transport, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of the Environment, Department for Education and Employment and Employment Service, July, 1996

‘Le Télétravail’, in Diversification du Temps de Travail, Itineraires Professionels et Egalité Professionnelle, Conseil Superieur de l’Egalité Professionnelle, Ministère des Affaires Sociales, de la Santé et de la Ville, France, February, 1996

‘Training and Flexible Work’ in Flexible Working, February, 1996

Good Practice in the Employment of Homeworkers and Teleworkers, ILO, 1996

‘Planning and Freedom’, in Anarchist Studies, Volume 2, 1996
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1995
A Manager’s Guide to Teleworking, Employment Department, May, 1995

‘Follow-up to the White Paper – Teleworking’,  Social Europe, Supplement 3, European Commission DGV, 1995

‘Reflections on Twenty Years Research on Women and Technology’, in Mitter and Rowbotham, eds, Women Encounter Technology, UN University Instititute of Technology and Routledge, 1995

Action Programmes for the Protection of Homeworkers, (editor) ILO, 1995

‘Teleworking and Training for Women’ in Franceskides, R. and De Troy, C. (eds) A Wider Vision: Reflections on Women’s Training, IRIS, 1995

‘Contesting Liberty’ in Red Pepper No 18, November, 1995

‘Management Issues in Teleworking’ in Future Work Forum, March, 1995
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1994
Home Truths: Results from the NGH National Homeworking Survey, National Group on Homeworking, August, 1994

Follow-up to the White Paper – Teleworking, European Commission Directorate General V, September, 1994, also published as Social Europe, Supplement 3, European Commission DGV, 1995

‘Teleworking: facing up to the future’ in Health, Safety and Environment Bulletin, July, 1994

‘Teleworking in Britain’, Employment Gazette, February, 1994
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1993
Teleworking in Britain, Employment Department Research Series, October, 1993

Employment and Training in London, West London TEC for the London TECs Steering Group, Summer, 1993

Employment and Training in London, Results from the 1992 London TECs Employment and Training Survey, 1993 Panel Update Report, London TECs Employment and Training Survey Steering Group, 1993

Technology Requirements Related to the Management of Telework, Commission of the European Communities Directorate General XIII, 1993
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1992
Employment and Training in London, Results from the 1992 London TECs Employment and Training Survey, London TECs Employment and Training Survey Steering Group, 1992

*Teleworking: Case Studies, with Podro, S, Interim Report to the Employment Department, 1992

*The Management of Teleworking, Interim Report to the Employment Department, 1992

Market Implementation of Teleworking in Rural Environments: Case Studies, Report to the European Commission, DG XIII, 1992

Towards a Taxonomy of Telework, Report to the European Commission, DG XIII, 1992

‘Bad Attitudes: the Processed World Anthology’ (review article) in Science as Culture, 1992

*Employment and Training in AZTEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, AZTEC, 1992

*Employment and Training in LETEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, LETEC, 1992

*Employment and Training in North London TEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, North London TEC, 1992

*Employment and Training in North West London TEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, North West London TEC, 1992

*Employment and Training in South Thames TEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, South Thames TEC, 1992

*Employment and Training in West London TEC, Results from the London TECs 1992 Employment and Training Survey, West London TEC, 1992

*Teleworking in Britain: Prevalence and Employer Attitudes, Interim Report to the Employment Department, 1992

Changes in the West London Economy, West London TEC, 1992

*The Impact of the Single European Market on the Economy of Leicester, Leicester City Council, 1992

Gertie Roche, Policy Research Unit, Leeds Polytechnic, 1992
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1991
The Impact of the Single European Market: How British Counties Compare, Empirica UK, 1991 (special editions produced for Sheffield City Council and South Glamorgan County Council with additional chapters on their own local economies)

‘What is a Green Red Economics?: the Future of Work’ Z, September, 1991

‘The Local Industrial Impact of the Single European Market’, in Local Government Policy Making, March, 1991

‘Telework: projections’, in Futures, January, 1991

‘The Global Restructuring of Service Industries and its Implications for Women’ in IRENE Newsletter, Industrial Restructuring Network Europe, March, 1991
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1990
‘Monitoring the Flexible Workforce’, in Labour Market Statistics For The 90s, Statistics Users Council, December, 1990

‘Equality for Whom? Tensions between the Individual and Collective Aspirations of Women in the Workplace’ in, The Construction of Sex/Gender. What is a Feminist Perspective?, Swedish Council for Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences, 1990

‘Europe:  a World to Win’, in Catalyst, July-September, 1990

Public Attitudes to Biotechnology in the UK, report to the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 1990

*The Impact of the Single European Market on the Economy of Sheffield, Empirica UK, 1990

*The Impact of the Single European Market on the Economy of Hammersmith and Fulham, Empirica UK, 1990

*The Impact of the Single European Market on Mid- Glamorgan’s Economy, Empirica UK, 1990

*The Impact of the Single European Market on South Glamorgan’s Economy, Empirica UK, 1990

‘Women’s Health at Work’, in Silent Health, Camerawork, 1990

‘Grasping the Political Nettle: Job Design’ in Women and the Built Environment Quarterly, Issue 14: the Office, 1990

Case Studies in Conditions of Work Digest: Telework, International Labour Office, 1990

‘Pinning down the mobile worker’ in Practical Computing, March 1990

Telework: Towards the Elusive Office (with Korte, W., and Robinson, S.) John Wiley, 1990

‘The Legal Implications of Telework’ in Practical Computing, January, 1990
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1989
Negotiating Equality, Workers Education Association, Studies for Trade Unionists Series, October l989

What Price Flexibility?: the Casualisation of Women’s Employment, (co-author with Hurstfield, J. and Holtmaat, R.), Low Pay Unit, September l989

‘Uprooting the Office’, in Practical Computing, September, 1989

The Impact of Mass Immigration from Hong Kong on the UK Economy, (the ‘Corry Report’) – co-author with Corry, B., Duffy, G., Bowers, J., Outram, Q., Driver, K, Neuburger, H., South China Morning Post, July 1989

‘Danger: women at work’, New Statesman & Society, March l989

Solidarity for Survival: The Don Thomson Reader on Trade Union Internationalism (editor: with Mike Press and Peter Tait) Spokesman, Nottingham, 1989
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1988
‘Consuming Fashions’, New Statesman & Society, August l988

Negotiating for Equality, a guide to tackling sex discrimination in collective agreements, Equal Opportunities Commission, l988

Women’s Employment in Brent, Brent Local Economy Resource Unit, for the London Borough of Brent, 1988

Women Working, A Woman’s Guide to Rights at Work, Channel 4 Publications, l988

Job Search Pack for ILEA Manual Workers, Inner London Education Authority, l988

‘Remote Possibilities: some difficulties in the analysis and quantification of telework in the UK’, in Telework: development of a new form of work organisation, eds Korte, W., Steinle, W., and Robinson, S., North Holland, 1988
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1987
‘Bargaining for Equality’, Labour Research, April 1987

Equal Opportunities for Local Authority Workers: the Trade Union Experience in Seven London Boroughs, London Strategic Policy Unit, Empirica, 1987

VDU Hazards Handbook, London Hazards Centre, 1987
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1986
Home Sweet Workplace: Report of a survey into the employment needs of people with severe disabilities with particular reference to homeworking, GLC Equal Opportunities Group, 1986 (co-author with Ashok, H. and Hall, J.)

The Potential for Decentralised Electronic Working in the Banking, Insurance and Software Industries in the UK, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 1986

‘Interactive networks come to MFR’, in Cases in Information Technology, ed Brown, D., Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1986

‘The effects of AI on women’s lives’, in Artificial Intelligence for Society, ed Gill, K.S., John Wiley, 1986

‘Employment’, in The London Women’s Handbook, Greater London Council, London, 1986

‘Terminal Shock’ in Science for People, Summer, 1986

‘High Tech Homeworking:  Out of Sight, Out of Mind?’ in GLC Women’s Comnitteee Bulletin, Issue no 26, January, 1986
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1985
‘Challenging Commodification’, in Very Nice Work if you Can Get it: the Socially Useful Production Debate, Spokesman, 1985

Who Cares?, a survey of childcare facilities in Greater London, GLC Equal Opportunities Group, 1985

‘Ten years of women’s employment’ in The Invisible Decade, eds Ashton, G. and Bannerjee, L., Gower Press, 1985

‘Hiraeth’ in Truth Dare or Promise: Girls Growing up in the Fifties, Heron, L (ed), Virago, 1985

‘Le moderne lavoratrici a domicilio’, in Terminal Donne, eds Manacorda, P.M. and Piva, P., Studi e Richerche 46, Edizioni Lavoro, Rome 1985

‘The Global Office: Information Technology and the Relocation of White-collar work’ in Third World Trade and Technology Conference Papers , Third World Information Network, 1985

‘Terminal Isolation: the Atomisation of Work and Leisure in the Wired Society’, in Making Waves, Radical Science 16, Winter/Spring 1985

‘Move over Brother’ in New Socialist, January, 1985
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1984
Keying into Careers: Opportunities for Keyboard Operators in the GLC’s Central Reprographic Service and Central Computer Service, Greater London Council Equal Opportunities Group, 1984

Sweated Labour: Homeworking in Britain Today, Low Pay Unit, 1984 (with Bisset, L.)

The New Homeworkers, Report of a Research Project Commissioned by the Equal Opportunities Commission, Low Pay Unit, 1984

‘The Runaway Office Jobs’, International Labour Reports, March-April, 1984

‘Society at Work: The New Homeworkers’, New Society, 22 March, 1984

‘New Technology Homeworkers’, Employment Gazette, January, 1984

‘Domestic Technology: liberator or enslaver?’ in  Sweeping Statements: Writings from the Women’s Liberation Movement 1981-1983, eds Kanter, Lefanu, Shah and Spedding, The Women’s Press, 1984
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1983
Office Work and Information Technologies, Economic Policy Group – Strategy Document No 1, Greater London Council, 1983 (co-author)

‘Demystifying new technology’, Opening Address, ISIS International Conference on New Technology and Women’s Employment, ISIS Bulletin, Geneva, Autumn 1983

‘Cable TV and Women’s Work’ in Emergency, 1983-1984

Banking on the City, (with Sarah Stewart), Counter Information Services, January, 1983
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1982
Your Job in the Eighties, Pluto Press, 1982

‘Chips on the Cheap: South East Asian Women Pay the Price’, in Scarlet Women No 14, January, 1982

New Technology and Women’s Employment: Case Studies from West Yorkshire, Equal Opportunities Commission, 1982
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1980
The Impact of New Technology on Women’s Employment in West Yorkshire, Leeds Trade Union and Community Resource and Information Centre, 1980
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